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each subgrid (or at some other known position); this one does not.

Tissue microarrays and other tissue specimens on glass microscope slides are usually imaged in brightfield, using

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Fig. 4 (A) Fluorescence image of a genetic microarray on a glass microscope slide. Left is a Cy3 image; right is a Cy5 image. (B) Expanded view of one subarray from the image in (A). Measurement circles are shown around probe spots in the right image as placed by an automatic analysis algorithm.

Fig. 5 (A) Epifluorescence image of a tissue array on a glass microscope slide. (B) Expanded view of six tissue specimens on the tissue array in (A).

Fig. 4 (A) Fluorescence image of a genetic microarray on a glass microscope slide. Left is a Cy3 image; right is a Cy5 image. (B) Expanded view of one subarray from the image in (A). Measurement circles are shown around probe spots in the right image as placed by an automatic analysis algorithm.

Fig. 5 (A) Epifluorescence image of a tissue array on a glass microscope slide. (B) Expanded view of six tissue specimens on the tissue array in (A).

a white light source. These specimens require higher optical resolution than genetic microarrays on glass microscope slides, and in some cases submicron resolution is required. The tissue microarray shown in Fig. 5A was imaged on a DNAscopeā„¢ IV with a high-resolution (2-p.m focal spot size) option, in a single scan. This is an epi-fluorescence image, excited by a green laser. Figure 5B is an expanded view of six of the tissue specimens.

Getting Started With Dumbbells

Getting Started With Dumbbells

The use of dumbbells gives you a much more comprehensive strengthening effect because the workout engages your stabilizer muscles, in addition to the muscle you may be pin-pointing. Without all of the belts and artificial stabilizers of a machine, you also engage your core muscles, which are your body's natural stabilizers.

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